Krakatoa’s climatic impact still not understood – Shocking?!
Posted 12th August 2017
The forceful eruption of Krakatoa, August 26-27th, 1883, darkened the sky worldwide for years afterwards. The final explosive eruption was heard 4,830 km (3,000 miles) away, 20 million tons of sulfur released into the atmosphere; produced a volcanic winter, reducing worldwide temperatures by an average of 1.2 °C (2.2 °F) for five years. Weather patterns were chaotic for years, and temperatures did not return to normal until 1888 (Wikipedia). A unique climatic event was offered to science for their better understanding. Did they used the opportunity?
An Open Letter to the U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry:
To prove that AGW is hoax, look at ocean use during
the two World Wars
Posted: 01st July 2017;
Dear Secretary Perry,…
Asked in a recent CNBC interview whether carbon dioxide is the major source of AGW, you gave the imminent answer: “No, most likely the primary control knob is the ocean waters and this environment that we live in…and that man is having an effect on it.” This can be proven in the case of the Early Global Warming from 1918 to 1939, and the subsequent Global Cooling
Naval fighting caused fog and mist – which
should have been expected.
Posted: May 12th, 2017
This post is about meteorology, respectively about the impact of the sea on the weather during a major clash of two naval fleets in the North Sea, and whether the Admirals were well enough trained for such an event. They were not! The battle itself was fought late in the day of May 31st, 1916. About 250 naval ships and 100.000 sailors took part.
Soon the visibility was appalling, induced by a combination of North Sea fog, lingering cordite fumes and chemical smoke screens.
There is no plausible scientific definition of climate!
Climate change is no hoax
The essay „For this we will walk for miles, written by Karsten Fischer and Peter Strohschneider (F.A.Z. April 21., 2017) has strong relevance to the opinion of the U.S. President concerning climate change. He, like many republicans consider the issue as the greatest hoax and intend to cut science and support considerably. Thus the “March of Science” war initiated on the…
Update of previous post – BELOW – April/August 2016
Offshore Windfarms heat-up Europe’s winters and
cool spring season – Assessment of Winter 2016/17
Posted April 18, / update April 30, 2017
Our last post (below) provided evidence that due to ample activities from the English Channel to the Barents Sea they contribute to warmer regional winters. The last winter 2016/2017 confirms the process. Figure 1-right
indicates the significant between Northern and Southern Europe. Instead of discussing the last winter on this basis, the DWD summarize the winter 2016/2017 as exceptionally dry, very sunny and somewhat too…
Posted: 03 June 2016
Barents Sea a key issue to Arctic warming
Since January 2016 Arctic sea ice extent is far below average (Fig. 1). Arctic sea ice could set a new record low extent this
summer, and the Barents Sea is one of the main sources to blame (Fig. 2), due to the fact that along the Norwegian coast , in the Barents Sea and north of the Russian coast human offshore activities steadily increase year by year.
What’s behind this winter’s low ice extent? The Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the global average, largely…
Not long ago the world experienced a ‘global cooling’, starting with thee extreme winters in Europe (1939/40 to 1941/42), which
continued across the Northern Hemisphere (1940 to mid-1970th). As science failed to analyze, understand and explain the issue, this site discusses the thesis that human activities were the likely cause. A thorough understanding of the phase of cooling several decades ago would have reduced any superficial talking about the reason and impact of the ‘cold blob’ currently active in the North Atlantic.
Seven decades after WWII the entire world is glowing red [Fig. 1], only…
Europeans warm their winters, but science does not know why
Not knowing why the European winters are getting warmer and warmer is a shame. Not analyzing the potential reasons is a scandal. For years it is known that warming was the strongest over Scandinavia, especially in winter, (EEA-1). That can be easily be connected to warmer seas. “Over the past 25 years the rate of increase in sea surface temperature in all European seas has been about 10 times faster than the average rate of increase during the past century “(EEA-2). “In the North and Baltic Seas…
Climate Skeptics weak on „Climate Criminals“
Posted 05 March 2016, amended 30 March